Miller Brock (' 68 MSLS) of Chapel Hill.
Elizabeth H. Allan (' 50 ABED), 76, of
Fairfield, N.].; Nov. 5, 2005. Allen had retired as
an administrator with Verizon. Earlier in her
career, she taught health and physical education
for 10 years.• Frances Barringer Bailey
(' 51 MED), 85, of Florence, S.C;Jan. 14,2006.
Bailey taught mathematics in the Florence
School District and was a Navy veteran. • Dr.
Lenore A.J.R. Bajda (' 53 MPH), 88, of South
Orange, N.J.; Dec. 26, 2005. Bajda was a
pediatrician and medical officer with the National
Institutes of Health for 44 years. • William
Spainhour Bason (' 53 BSBA) , 75, of San
Francisco; Jan. 9, 2006. Bason was director of
patient advocacy at Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Hospital in New York before moving to San
Francisco. At UNC, he belonged to Pi Kappa
Phi.• Arthur Carr Batson (, 51), 78, of
Burgaw; Dec. 23, 2005. Among his civic activi-
ties, he served as a Pender Counry conunis-sioner for 12 years. He was in the Army in
WWII. . Charles Eugene Behrens (' 51
BSIR), 80, of Levels, WVa.;Jan. 10,2006.
Behrens had a career with the Foreign Service.
Among his postings were stints in Indonesia,
Tanzania, Burma, Nigeria and Sudan. He
served in the Merchant Marines in WWII and
the Army in the Korean War. After he was
diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, he com-
pleted a solo 192-mile walk across England. At
UNC, he was social chairman of Phi Delta
Theta and manager of the football team and
served on the student legislature. • George
Simon Best Jr. (' 58 AB), 73, of Warsaw; Sept.
25,2005. Best retired from the N.C Department
of Public Instruction's division ofvocational
rehabilitation.• John George BikIe Jr. (' 58),
69, of Wilson; Feb. 11,2006. He retired as vice
president of a financial consulting company. At
UNC, he belonged to Zeta Psi.• Elizabeth
French Brown (' 57 AB), 70, of Atlanta; Jan.
14,2006. Brown was a preschool teacher at
Holy Innocents Episcopal Church for 25 years,
where an activiry room is named in her honor.
Early in her career, she was in New York,
working for the Rockefeller Foundation, then
the Scandinavian Student Travel Service. At
UNC, she belonged to Pi Beta Phi and served
on the residence council and the honor council.
• Frank Sheffield Bryson Jr. (, 51), 78, of
Bluffton, S.C; Oct. 27, 2005. Bryson retired as
vice president of marketing, public relations
and television production for station W]CL in
Savannah, Ga. He was president of the Savannah
Civic Ballet and Savannah Art Association and
project coordinator for the M.ighry 8th Air
Force Heritage Center. He organized Cans for
Cubans for evacuees during Castro's takeover
of Cuba. In WWII, Bryson was in the Marine
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